Retractable Telescoping Ladders - Contractor Series

By Xtend + Climb

Starting at $349.95

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As easy to store as it is to climb, this expandable ladder extends rung-by-rung into a full-fledged ladder then collapses into a slim profile that’s easy to carry and store. Durable enough to withstand the toughest job sites.

  • Please see ladder instructions before use
  • Strong, safe, and durable. Made from aerospace engineered industrial-grade aluminum alloy
  • Easy to transport and carry.
  • Safety closure system collapses ladder rung-by-rung
  • Compact and easy to store
  • Extends, adjusts, and locks at ladder’s feet
  • Matte finish is durable and easy to keep clean
  • Double over-molded feet add durability & traction
  • Clean touch anodized finish; easy to clean
  • Angled rungs make it more comfortable to stand for extended periods of time
  • Caution: Do not use ladder until it is completely dry
  • Made in China
Additional Information:
  • Materials: Industrial-grade aluminum
  • Care: Keep stiles and rungs clean and free from paint/debris. To clean, use furniture wipes or rubbing alcohol. Do not use a mineral or oil based cleaner
  • Weight limit: 225 lbs
  • Dimensions (folded): 32" or 35" x 22" x 4.5"
  • Weight: 12.5 ft: 35 lbs; 15.5 ft: 40 lb

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These telescoping ladders and stepstools are slimmed-down versions of the classics—light enough to carry with one one arm and slight enough to store in a closet or a trunk.

Xtend + Climb’s extension ladders have a retractable design that extends into a full-fledged ladder, then collapses rung by rung into something that’s compact and easy to tow and stow.

The aluminum stepstools help tackle tasks around the house, whether it’s giving kids a boost in the bathroom or helping you reach those high shelves and closet spaces.

Carry them as effortlessly as you climb them—these robust stepping tools dispel any bulky misconceptions you might have of what a ladder looks like.